Tiffany Gomas is back in the air after her plane meltdown made headlines. He hopped on a plane from Dallas to New York, where he playfully recreated his infamous finger wag.
The self-proclaimed “crazy airplane lady” returned to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, the scene of the July 2 bizarre incident, and boarded a plane bound for the Big Apple. Inside Edition was there to film her.
Gomas was polite this time, cheekily reenacting the finger-wagging motion he made during his first flight, and added, “I’m telling you right now, that mother over there isn’t real.”
“You can sit on this plane and I don’t care if you die with him or not. I’m not going to do that,” the marketing guru said.
In a recent interview on the Pardon My Take podcast, Gomas admitted that he didn’t see any aliens, ghosts or otherworldly creatures on the plane.
“I literally couldn’t see anything… it was a verbal expression,” she said, adding that the bizarre comment was directed at the man she was arguing with.
Gomas accused a relative of stealing her AirPods, according to police records reviewed by the newspaper. She yelled “no more” from her plane as she flew down the aisle.
“I think that was the first, probably the beginning of things,” she told Inside Edition about the headphones. “We don’t know where they are yet.”
She said she “really tried not to watch” videos of her meltdowns because it wasn’t good for her mental health at all.
“We got into an argument and it was a really, really bad moment and I’m not proud of it at all,” Gomas said. “I feel really terrible for everyone on that plane.”
The recreated flight went off without a hitch, and at the end, Gomas proudly exclaimed, “Success!”
Meanwhile, she recently organized a Halloween costume contest, giving away free domestic first-class tickets and Priority Pass to the best “Crazy Plane Lady” costume.
she I posted a video on X So she cited a Halloween costume inspiration article in the New York Post featuring “a woman on a plane that isn’t real.”
Gomas tagged Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines in her post, but it’s unclear whether the airlines are sponsoring her contest.
“Let’s have a little fun,” Gomas said. “I want to see the best rendition of this fit of yours, so he will choose three of my favorite caricatures and then we will all choose a winner.”
On November 8th, she posted a message about the winner.